Grenada Country Info
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Grenada is an independent Commonwealth country situated in the Caribbean and forms part of the CARICOM. The nation consists of Grenada and six smaller islands that are located at the southern end of the Grenadines, in the southeastern Caribbean Sea.
Grenada is also known as the “Spice Island”, as the island is famous for its nutmeg and mace crops – for which Grenada is one of the world’s largest exporters. In the 17th Century, the French settled in Grenada and established sugar estates. In 1762 Britain took over the island country and expanded both the sugar industry as well as that of cacao. Later nutmeg became the leading export.Grenada achieved independence in March 1974 under the leadership of Eric Gairy, the first Prime Minister of Grenada.
Grenada achieved independence in March 1974 under the leadership of Eric Gairy, the first Prime Minister of Grenada. Grenada relies very strongly on tourism as its main source of foreign exchange with GDP (purchasing power parity) at around $1.248 billion (2014 est.). Grenada is a very beautiful and unspoilt island and a popular tourism and diving location.
Grenada Citizenship Program | Citizenship in Grenada | Grenada Passport | Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program
Citizenship-by-investment programmes open up the world of international education for South African families
Grenada is top of mind for those looking for a second passport. Excellent international access to prized regions such as the UK, Schengen and China as well as the opportunity to own a property as part of a 5-star hotel group gives wealthy investors a very good reason to consider citizenship of the Spice Island.
BusinessTech interview with LIO Global on Grenada's citizenship by investment program.
Interview with Finweek: Buying residency or a passport with offshore property
Aside from offshore hedging, international residence and citizenship planning is top of mind for many locals.
LIO Global's Nadia Read Thaele speaks to Moneyweb about South Africans looking for a plan B through Citizenship-by-investment programs.
Businesstech.co.za speaks to LIO Global's Nadia Read Thaele on wealthy South Africans looking at a plan B through citizenship-by-investment programs.